PINSUTI, the Ilkley and Skipton chamber choir conducted by Robert Webb, will celebrate 'Alleluia' in a concert being held at 7.30pm tomorrow at Christ Church in Skipton.

The concert will feature a selection of sacred pieces, all celebrating the word 'Alleluia’ in a diverse set of ways, from a modern setting by Whitacre to the most famous alleluia of them all: Handel's 'Hallelujah' chorus.

Pinsuti is well known for its unaccompanied singing but several of these pieces are celebratory works, such as 'Zadok the Priest', which will be accompanied by Christ Church's organ, and two works by Bruckner will have the support of a brass ensemble, specially put together for this concert.

The programme includes music from the 16th century, by Palestrina, and ranges through the centuries including some early 20th century gems by Stanford and Bairstow, to contemporary works such Tavener's magical 'Song for Athene'.

This is one of Pinsuti's most varied and exciting programmes to date.

Tickets costing £8 are available from choir members or on the door.